True-Life Adventures: Disney Cruise, Day 4a

Tuesday, October 1.

CASTAWAY CAY, part 1!!

As mentioned before, Disney owns a little island in the Bahamas and has Dis-nified it, set up shops and eateries and on. Yes, even the classic characters showed up for photo ops. And Jack Sparrow, but I was unable to meet him this time. But our dock was much better this time around. As for the rodent, I’m not in the picture. I’m just showing that, yes, the characters are out in 90+ degree heat.

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True-Life Adventures: Disney Cruise, Day 3

Monday, September 30.

KEY WEST

My journal says that I had a “quiet breakfast in Triton.” It’s good that I kept a journal, because I don’t recall anything about that breakfast.

A plus about Key West: phone service had returned. It’s part of the U.S., after all. Florida, in case you’re wondering. And this marked the first time I’d ever set foot on Florida soil, in spite of many opportunities to do so. Someday I will make pilgrimage to Orlando. One guess what I’d find of interest there.

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True-Life Adventures: Disney Cruise, Day 2

Sunday, September 29.

This was an “at sea” day till the first destination, Key West, so I’ll try to keep it short and then end it with a bunch of pictures in and around the ship. With no need to disembark, I wandered and took pictures galore. I never left the room without a camera.

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True-Life Adventures: Disney Cruise, Day 1

Dateline, Saturday, September 28.

Folks, we’ll get back to the Pauper Prince chapters soon enough, but meanwhile, here’s a True-Life Adventure of a Disney cruise. Specifically, the Wonder, which visited Key West, Castaway Cay, and Nassau. The latter two are part of the Bahamas. Disney owns Castaway Cay. Hilarity ensued on that day.

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